I don't think anyone should be saying anything's 100% done and dusted. nowhere near, tbh.
Well, in the grand scheme of things, of course that is true.... but *nowhere* near is a bit overstated.
Newcastle and QPR both have a lot left to fight for, so both will be tough opponents for City. However, I have to say, they've got some really hungry players that want this title more than anyone. Players like Silva, Kun and Nasri are seeing that finish line closer than they've ever seen it before. They've won smaller cups, but never a league championship. Add to the mix Toure Yaya who has won it all at club level and knows what it takes to push through to the finish line, and I think they're really going to pull it off (sorry seaders and other Manchester Untied fans... just what I think is going to happen). You could see Toure Yaya putting the team on his shoulders in this match, and I feel he'll be doing the same for the last 180 minutes of the season to make sure this team gets the 6 points to seal the deal. And while I see Manchester United winning their 2 matches with Sunderland and Swansea who have very little to play for themselves, I don't see you guys getting the goals it will take to get that tie breaker........ unless we see some crazy 7 or 8 goal win in the last match that becomes very suspicious